Magnolia Court Boutique
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMagnolia Court Boutique Melbourne
This could be a gold mine but alas the inside is tatty. Breakfast good and bed comfortable and room clean. Where's Alex Polizzi when you need her?
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... we caught the correct Tram. Steve and I were rebels today, and stayed on the tram after the free zone.... We were very nervous though, and got off about 4 stops too early.... Rule breaking doesn't come naturally to us! We had a lovely catch up with Keels, who filled us in on what has been happening in her new Melbourne life, it was the perfect way to spend our last day. We then had a ...
... ago and I desperately needed to see my new little granddaughter as well as take care of a few personal items.
Despite severe jet-lag, I made my way down the Mornington Peninsula coastline on my first day home to see my new granddaughter, June. What a beautiful and adorable little thing she is. So pretty, so petite, so nothing like her grandpa !!!
A reunion at Riverwood Ecclesia in Sydney on my first weekend home provided ...
We headed off to the airport around 7.30pm arriving just as the Qantas check in opened for our flight. Full flight, no upgrades (but I will keep dreaming). We had booked exit rows and on this leg they were upstairs on the A380. Plenty of room for our long legs and great that there wasn't anyone directly in front of us but we were both really surprised how noisy it was in this part of the plane. 2 stewards also told us that upstairs at the back is noisy and feels all the movement. ...
... out here working the comedy festival and making balloons for Australian kids - small world. We took the Free Waling Tour which ended up having about forty people on it. The afternoon was lovely and we spent three + hours wandering all around Melbourne. There were side streets, alleys and covered walkways we explored - ones we would never have seen on our own. We learned too about ...
We've been back for over a week now, after a very long, slow and generally unremarkable homeward journey. The shocking aural assault of the Aussie accent really hit at LA airport, as we changed to our capacity Qantas flight. George and I said goodbye there, and met again in Melbourne. Our cheap seats (both of us in the middle of a group of three) were on opposite sides and in separate sections of the Airbus. Walking out through the doors to the waiting hordes, it ...